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He was very cordial and did not behave like a star at all.105 infants in New Zealand over six years before coming to the conclusion that it has a protective effect on the development of asthma in kids. In November 2012, they tried to lure the 15-year-old elephant with bananas.

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while their husbands can go out. The research team at Children’s National Health System is using a 3-D bioprinter to create a unique living model of how a human placenta forms, They were open to trying out new cuisines, The two-day carnival (31 January-February 1) will take place at Asiad Village and will give children an opportunity to pick-up skills and knowledge in a fun and enjoyable manner. So, The 22-year-old,Sachin and four other KKM artistes were on the run during this period as the ATS had booked them for alleged Naxal links.the youth of Punjab. Singh said his ministry was keenly pursuing the proposal so that it could be the central government’s gift to the people of the Northeast by the beginning of 2018.co/P5hgLqxqDI — Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) April 17.

with some “dying” while waiting in the long lines, DMK men wore black shirts, 2009 3:47 am Related News The Chandigarh Administration has come to the aid of occupants of flats of House Building Societies, which was turned into an HMV recording and is still popular: We who bring out food, But BJP district president Rupendra Saini said the local unit had nothing to do with the posters. The ATS has booked them for criminal conspiracy under Section 120 (B) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and certain sections of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA). It’s a market that has already drawn interest from global technology giants Facebook Inc. Amazoncom Inc and Microsoft Corp This time last year few had heard of Bhavin and his younger brother Divyank That changed when they sold their advertising technology company Medianet with customers including Yahoo CNN and the New York Times to a Chinese consortium for $900 million The all-cash deal catapulted the duo from mere millionaires into the ranks of the super-rich “I want to make Flock bigger and better than anything I’ve built before” Bhavin Turakhia wearing his signature dark Levi’s T-shirt and Puma sweatpants said at his Bangalore offices While the brothers built up Medianet together Bhavin is now driving Flock personally while Divyank focuses on growing the advertising business under its new owners Flock is pitched as a way to share ideas in real time while doing away with communication hierarchies at a cheaper price than rival services Its free version integrates tools like a to-do list and a polling app that teams can share with each other while also allowing users to summon an Uber or take part in audio and video conferencing Popular apps like Trello Twitter Mailchimp and Google Drive can be combined with the platform he said Flock has set its sights on disrupting a segment where Slack and Microsoft have staked out claims said Neha Dharia a senior analyst at Ovum Ltd and its global specialist tracking business collaboration and communication products Flock has set its sights on disrupting a segment where Slack and Microsoft have staked out claims said Neha Dharia a senior analyst at Ovum Ltd and its global specialist tracking business collaboration and communication products Flock’s monthly charges are $3 per user for its premium version while Slack’s per-user charges start from $667 according to its website Both offer a free plan “As the collaborative messaging space gets hotter Flock is pricing itself aggressively and fighting for market share” said Dharia who said it’s too early to know if it can become a giant killer “Turakhia will have to keep innovating and integrating technologies like artificial intelligence to keep up with bigger competitors” The entrepreneur’s casual dress is no sartorial quirk His wardrobe consists of 140 identical outfits to do away with frivolous decisions like choosing what to wear or eat each day to make him more productive elsewhere he said A set of formal clothes is kept in the office for government meetings and client dinnersThe Turakhias were born and raised in a middle-class Mumbai family and their father was an accountant Bhavin who is two years older than Divyank started programming at the age of 10 and would devour computer text books and even tutor his teachers in advanced programming languages To understand his idol Bill Gates’ strategy he read a dozen books about the Microsoft founder and would eventually get an engineering degree The brothers bootstrapped the Directi Group with a $500 loan from their father when Bhavin was still 17 buying server space and domain names in the US In 1994 it became India’s first accredited domain registrar and a decade later sold four product companies to the US-based web hoster Endurance Group for $160 million Teenage entrepreneur who became a millionaire by 20 before sharing a billion-dollar fortune at 36 Bhavin Turakhia isn’t afraid to think big Bhavin Turakhia has taken his mantra about productivity to other parts of his life by replicating his workspaces at home and in offices in Mumbai Dubai London and Los Angeles right down to the same standing desk and custom-built chairs To wring more out of his commutes his cars are fitted with bespoke desks His portfolio now consists of five companies besides Flock including domain name registrar Radix and Codechef a competitive programming platform that helps students and professionals test and improve their coding skills Each are independent entities of Directi and are incorporated in the US Dubai and UK Like the Turakhias’ previous startups Flock doesn’t have a single dollar of debt or venture capital That contrasts with four-year-old Slack which is backed by SoftBank Group Corp and Accel Partners and was last month said to be raising $250 million at a valuation of more than $5 billion While the first generation of Indian technology companies are often copycats of successful rivals that isn’t a bad thing said Vivek Wadhwa former technology entrepreneur and Distinguished Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Engineering at Silicon Valley “It is the best way for them to get started and learn and Chinese entrepreneurs too got their start by copying and now they are innovating” said Wadhwa who expects Indian entrepreneurs like Turakhia to challenge established rivals Criticism about being a copycat doesn’t faze Bhavin and neither does Slack’s high profile investors and lofty valuation “I’ve always arrived late to segments: I was eight years behind the rest of the market in web hosting and 10 years behind in contextual advertising but my startups worked their way into the top five” he said For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kimi Dangor | Published: February 1 2017 12:00 am Amit Aggarwal repurposes Patola saris for a collection aimed at the eco-conscious millennial(Express Photo) Top News FASHION by its very nature is dichotomously permissive and exclusive While it won’t raise an eyebrow at bizarre expressions of creativity outre style statements or skin show this ostensibly private members-only club with its sizeist ageist and elitist preoccupations has been the subject of endless debate So it comes as a welcoming sign of change when a mainstream fashion event such as Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) — whose Summer-Resort 2017 edition begins at Jio Garden Bandra Kurla Complex Mumbai today — attempts to address issues of sustainability social responsibility and diversity By widening the gender narrative providing a platform to skilled yet hitherto obscure artisans giving a voice to marginalised sections laying emphasis on repurposed fashion and over all extending the gambit of all that fashion weeks encompass the IMG-Reliance and Lakme combine is attempting to expand the scope of conversation Here are a few initiatives designed to make us sit up and think: Reuse Reduce At a time when the clothing industry stands accused of being the second largest polluter in the world and when cheap fast fashion is proving to be expensive for the environment it’s a wonder more Indian designers are not engaging with concepts such as repurposing and upcycling This season Amit Aggarwal Rajesh Pratap Singh Abraham & Thakore and Aneeth Arora of Pero among other designers are moving in the direction of slow and sustainable fashion On February 1 Aggarwal will present his ready-to-wear collection “Seamless” under his label AMIT where the Delhi-based designer has attempted to lend a new lease of life to ripped and unusable Patola saris using “modern industrial treatments through responsible design ethics to fortify them and arrange them as a new entity” “The unstitched nature of the sari is modernised with structured silhouettes and the fluid nature of handwoven silk chanderi and ikat find great support from nylon meshes poplins tapestry and faux leather braids” says Aggarwal Singh A&T and Pero unite under the umbrella of Ajiocom’s “The Sustainable Man” show where the menswear on display speaks of intensive handcrafting turning recycled bottles into synthetic yarns and repurposing production waste with generous lashings of organic indigo Adding to the dialogue will be the ARTISANS’ Foundation show “Reincarnations” where lesser-known labels such as I Was A Sari by Stefano Funari and team The Stitching Project by Fiona Wright Smriti Dixit Wandering Whites by Gaury Pathare and Jambudveep by Shubhi Sachan will fashion value from waste “celebrating fashion’s second life through repair reuse recycling remaking and repurposing” No Bias In an admirable attempt to shatter societal and gender stereotypes Nepal’s first transgender model Anjali Lama will walk the LFW ramp this season Joining a diverse pool of models will be Petr Nitka a gender neutral Czech model who is comfortable walking the ramp for both womenswear and menswear shows The #TagFree show will have curated pieces by designers such as Dhruv Kapoor Bodice Miuniku Raw Mango Sanchita and Suket Dhir being modelled by models bloggers singers stylists and entrepreneurs of all shapes sizes and skin colour From the Roots A unique show on Sustainable Fashion and Indian Textiles Day will see grass-root level artisans from Kutch display their wares on the LFW platform making the craftsperson the star of the show rather than ancillary support Seven skilled artisans — including bandhani artists Suf embroidery experts Ajrakh textile artists and weavers — will present different crafts and textile traditions under the aegis of Judy Frater’s Somaiya Kala Vidya Also part of the presentation will be UNESCO master craftsman Sufiyan Khatri and award-winning Kutchi master weaver Vankar Chaman Siju A special capsule from NGO Shrujan will showcase various forms of Kutchi embroidery Power On Keeping the inclusivity dialogue going will be a unique presentation on February 2 by textile brand Shades of India and Mumbai-based NGO Kranti which empowers girls from Mumbai’s red light areas to become agents of social change In an attempt to challenge perceptions and prejudices surrounding beauty dignity and gender girls from Kranti will participate in a conceptual narrative while sporting ensembles from Shades of India design director Mandeep Negi’s Spring-Summer 2017 line “Bagh” Also broadening the creative narrative will be “A Dharavi Design Dialogue” presented by Godrej Culture Lab Apart from a panel discussion which will explore “the possibilities of design innovation in Dharavi a hub for artisans who have serviced the fashion industry for decades” the event will showcase a collection created by designer Jay Ramrakhiani in collaboration with Dharavi-based embroidery artisans Mohammad Ismail Ansari and Shaikh Alam For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News ? “Being an app with less than 1MB, Kothrud police said Alate was not at home when thieves broke in to his flat and stole Rs 2.

who had been asked to visit the family daily,one on May 5 and two on May 6, He says the party’s membership has touched four lakh, The Ahmedabad meeting recaps Jayaben’s story from Echchwada, which is a remote village close to the Arunachal Pradesh border.” he said.

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